Mid-America All-Indian Museum
Educating and preserving American Indian culture and art
The Mid-America All-Indian Center is a museum dedicated to the history and culture of Native Americans. Located along the Arkansas River, the museum is considered the only facility solely dedicated to American Indian culture in the State of Kansas.
The museum’s collection includes the largest publicly displayed body of artwork by Blackbear Bosin, the late Kiowa-Comanche sculptor and painter. Other notable collection pieces include beadwork, pipe bags, jewelry, pottery, and baskets. The museum also boasts a large collection of Alaska Native artwork from the mid-20th century, plus flags from more than 70 American Indian tribes.